A look at the SEC head coaching salaries, as Muschamp gets raise to nearly $3 million

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Our good buddy Matt Hayes from Sporting News reported today that Will Muschamp received a raise that boosts his annual salary to nearly $3 million annually. Muschamp was making $2.4 million and ranked 11th in the conference. But with the increase in pay, Muschamp moves to around 7th in the league in salary.

Here’s an update of all 14 SEC head coaching salaries:

Head Coach School Salary
Nick Saban Alabama $5.3 million
Les Miles LSU $3.7 million
Steve Spurrier South Carolina $3.5 million
Bret Bielema Arkansas $3.2 million
Mark Richt Georgia $3.2 million
Kevin Sumlin Texas A&M $3.1 million
James Franklin Vanderbilt $3.0 million*
Will Muschamp Florida $3.0 million
Butch Jones Tennessee $2.9 million
Gary Pinkel Missouri $2.7 million
Dan Mullen Mississippi State $2.6 million
Gus Malzahn Auburn $2.3 million
Mark Stoops Kentucky $2.2 million
Hugh Freeze Ole Miss $2.0 million

*Franklin’s $3 million is estimated

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  • Really? He took a program that had 17 losing seasons out of the previous 19 years. and has winning season 7 of the last 8 years. both Tennessee and Vanderbilt or foolishly pic to finish above Missouri this year have had more losing seasons and winning seasons in the last 8 years. he will surpass every coach that has ever coached in Missouri before he is done. and he has more character than Bobby patrino Rich Rodriguez or Lane Kiffin.

    • I meant to say that Tennessee and Vanderbilt have had more losing seasons than winning seasons in the last 8 years. and Missouri will finish ahead of both of them and possibly one more as they challenge for at least 3rd place in the East if not better. Remember you heard it here first from me and nobody else. if 5 bad years doesn’t make Tennessee a bottom feeder then one bad you’re certainly doesn’t make Missouri a bottom feeder

      • Missouri won’t come close to competing for 3rd in the east. That is an absolute joke. Your big three will be the same in Georgia, Florida, and South Carolina. And Vanderbilt will more than likely come out at 4th again. Mizzou will be lucky to finish ahead of Tennessee again